RENO 6, LAS VEGAS 5: Armando Rodriguez surrendered a pair of eighth-inning runs as Reno rallied past Las Vegas (24-26). Collin Cowgill, Josh Satin and Wilmer Flores had three hits apiece in the loss. Josh Edgin surrendered a pair of runs in one inning, lifting his Pacific Coast League ERA to 10.50. Catcher Juan Centeno went 1-for-5 in his return from the disabled list, including a game-ending groundout. Box
BINGHAMTON 8, ALTOONA 5: The B-Mets (30-22) used a four-run seventh to break a 4-all tie. Their fourth straight victory moved them into sole possession of first place in the Eastern Division. With two on and one out in the seventh, Josh Rodriguez gave
Leathersich Binghamton a 5-4 lead with an RBI single. Cesar Puello walked to load the bases. Allan Dykstra then hit a run-scoring single. Altoona reliever Luis Sanz struggled to find the strike zone and walked Cory Vaughn to force in another run. Darrell Ceciliani added a sacrifice fly. B-Mets starter Erik Goeddel fell behind early. After walking Adalberto Santos to start the game, Andrew Lambo singled him in to give the Curve a 1-0 lead. Santos hit a two-run single in the second to put Binghamton in a 3-0 hole. The righty was locked in for the rest of his outing, however. Goeddel retired the final 10 hitters he faced. He allowed three hits in the start.
Blake Forsythe hit a solo homer in the second to put Binghamton on the board. Puello and Dykstra led off the fourth with back-to-back doubles to trim the Altoona lead to 3-2. Binghamton took its first lead in the bottom of the sixth. With two on and two outs, Ceciliani knocked a two-run double down the left-field line for a 4-3 lead. Shawn Teufel relieved Goeddel in the seventh and struggled. The lefty walked the only three batters he faced. Adam Kolarek entered and Mel Rojas Jr. hit a sacrifice fly to tie the score at 4, but Kolarek retired the next two batters to escape. After Binghamton broke the tie with four runs in the seventh, Kolarek returned for the eighth. He gave up a leadoff triple, followed by an RBI single. When he walked Charlie Cutler to put runners at first and second with one out, Jack Leathersich entered for a five-out save opportunity. Leathersich struck out five of the six batters he faced for his third save. Binghamton has reached 30 wins before June 1 for the first time since 2004. Rodriguez extened his hitting streak to 14 games. Box
ST. LUCIE 0, JUPITER 0 (suspended): Noah Syndergaard retired all seven batters he faced, two via strikeout, before the game was halted in the top of the third inning. It will resume Wednesday as part of a doubleheader. Box
SAVANNAH 8, GREENVILLE 3: Jeff Reynolds went 3-for-4 with four RBIs as the Gnats improved to 30-20. 2011 first-round pick Brandon Nimmo went 0-for-5 and started in center field in his first game since April 29. Starter Steven Matz departed in the fourth inning with an apparent injury. Julian Hilario earned the win in relief with three scoreless innings. Box
Compiled from team reports